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      WILD sensations in dreams?

      I've had a couple of dreams where I am doing something I couldn't do in waking life (flying, running up walls and doing flips) and I feel this pain in both of my ears along with an annoying but somewhat cool buzzing sound. This happened one time when I tried to fly, I didn't get far off the ground, but as soon as I felt it, I dropped back down. The strange thing is that I get the same exact sensation just before entering a dream when I WILD, although I didn't WILD into that particular dream. Does anybody know why this could be happening?

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      maybe your rem was about to end, and you were ready to enter sleep paralysis.

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      Maybe this signifies slipping from the dream? That would make sense, as the sensations you feel from WILD occur when you're on the thin line between wakefulness and dreaming. Also supporting the idea, some people are in a light sort of sleep paralysis as they awake, and if you're doing fantastical/exciting things-

      Quote Originally Posted by ReaLiTy_DReaM View Post
      I've had a couple of dreams where I am doing something I couldn't do in waking life (flying, running up walls and doing flips) and I feel this pain in both of my ears along with an annoying but somewhat cool buzzing sound.
      -especially as a beginner, they tend to bring dreams to an early end.

      If this actually is what's happening, I would say that as you gain more experience this feeling will begin to fade.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Higurashi View Post
      Maybe this signifies slipping from the dream? That would make sense, as the sensations you feel from WILD occur when you're on the thin line between wakefulness and dreaming. Also supporting the idea, some people are in a light sort of sleep paralysis as they awake, and if you're doing fantastical/exciting things-



      -especially as a beginner, they tend to bring dreams to an early end.

      If this actually is what's happening, I would say that as you gain more experience this feeling will begin to fade.
      That makes sense. Whenever I'm lucid and the dream begins to fade, I get a lot of the same sensations as I would in SP.
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